Unfortunately, this didn’t happen, but god we can dream.
As you may have seen on an LGR video (https://youtu.be/r4hQeWtkTC8), Iomega also produced a camera kit (the Clik! Drive Plus). A Clik! drive with a media card interface, PCMCIA card adapter and parallel port interface.
We have a TI LV244A and LV32A, a pair of LV245As, an IC marked “43L43EP TBD0024”, and an In-System ISD200 USB 1.1 Mass Storage Device controller, whose datasheet boasts that it may be capable of “near theoretical USB data rates (12Mb/sec)”
Sadly, my search predictably turned up bupkis. Except for the original press release from RedHat: https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/press-interactive
Pretty standard, except.. it mentions a second product that would use Dadio; the I-Jam WinJam. The heck is that?
Okay, so I've never heard of this one, better look it up. A quick search pointed me to a Microsoft press release (press releases as primary sources of information will become a theme from this point onward) about it: https://news.microsoft.com/2000/05/02/i-jam-multimedia-and-microsoft-unveil-first-digital-music-player-to-exclusively-support-the-windows-media-format/
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